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In 1279, as the Abbot attempted to increase labour services for his tenants (which had been fixed in 1244), the peasants attempted to plead their case in the King's Court, a privilege forbidden to unfree villeins.The Abbot thus fined them £10 which was a large sum at the time, and resistance, led by Roger Ketel, heightened.The centre of Birmingham is approximately 30 minutes away by car and reachable by the number 9 bus.The centre of Halesowen is home to a Norman church, a football ground (where non-league Halesowen Town play) and Halesowen College of Further Education which was founded in 1939.Since the local government reorganisation of 1974 it has formed a part of the West Midlands Metropolitan county and Conurbation, in the Dudley Metropolitan Borough, which it joined at the same time as neighbouring Stourbridge, which had also been in Worcestershire until that point.Halesowen is located approximately 8 miles (13 km) southwest of central Birmingham at the edge of the West Midlands conurbation.-in) is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, in the West Midlands, England.
The parish of Halesowen, which incorporated other townships later to become independent parishes, was an exclave of the county of Shropshire, but grew to become a town and was transferred to the jurisdiction of Worcestershire by the Counties (Detached Parts) Act 1844.
In 1974, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council identified six historical suburbs, within Halesowen, which they signed accordingly with a series of gateway signs.
In addition to the town centre, these are listed below.
By 1300, it is estimated that the population was around 600.
The court rolls for Halesowen survive to 1272 and show that the majority of migrants to Halesowen in the 14th century were women at 75%.